March 2019

Douglas Schuler's chapter "A Hacking Atlas: Holistic Hacking in the Urban Theater" was just published online and in the Springer book The Hackable City: Digital Media and Collaborative City-Making in the Network Society edited by Michiel de Lange and Martijn de Waal. Schuler discusses seven "spaces" in which urban civic hacking" can occur.

March 2019

Julia Heineccius presented at the "On Mentorship: Cranbrook Academy of Art Craft Symposium" in February 2019. This gathering generated dialogue between artist alumni in the fiber, ceramics, and metals fields who are engaged in critical practices and mentor the next generation of makers. They were joined by Glenn Adamson, writer and curator working across craft, design, and contemporary art.

March 2019

John Kirkpatrick recently published two articles as author or co-author. In June, "Methane-oxidizing seawater microbial communities from an Arctic shelf" was published in Biogeosciences, examining the relationship between sea ice and methane consuming bacteria. In September, "Dark N2 fixation: nifH expression in the redoxcline of the Black Sea" came out in Aquatic Microbial Ecology.

March 2019

Eirik Steinhoff discussed his new book, A Fiery Flying Roule: to all the inhabitants of the earth; specially to the rich ones (Station Hill Press + Publication Studio Hudson, 2018) at an Art Lecture in week 2 of Spring Quarter 2018. He read twice from his work in Seattle in the spring and in the summer: once as part of the monthlong “Red May” series and once with Roy Scranton at Elliott Bay Book Company.

March 2019

Vuslat D. Katsanis has two literary translations published and forthcoming. Her translation of “The Night” (“Gece”), written in Turkish by Öznur Kutkan, was published in the ninth issue of The Bosphorus Review of Books in May 2018. Her translation of “Yearning” (“Özlem”) by the same author is forthcoming in the 2019 Portland Review print anthology, Unchartable: On Environmental Unknowns.

March 2019

Michael Vavrus co-edited the 2018 book Intersectionality of Race, Ethnicity, Class, and Gender in Teaching and Teacher Education: Movement Toward Equity in Education (Brill Publishers: Leiden, The Netherlands). He also authored the chapter “Movement Toward a ‘Third Reconstruction’ and Educational Equity” that served as the “Afterword” to the 14-chapter book.

March 2019

John Withey has been collaborating with a working group funded by SNAPP (Science for Nature and People Program) on "Better Land-Use Decisions" focused on sage grouse habitat. The group has a paper out in PLOS One that considers the extent to which the sage grouse serves as an “umbrella species” by providing protections for other species from localized and landscape-scale threats

March 2019

Marla Beth Elliott performed with her band, The Righteous Mothers, at the annual conference of the Society of American Law Teachers (SALT) at Loyola University in New Orleans on January 4, 2019. The Righteous Mothers’ bass player, Professor Lisa Brodoff, was receiving the SALT Great Teacher Award for her work incorporating music and play into her teaching at Seattle University School of Law.

March 2019

Zoltán Grossman contributed “Native/Non-Native Alliances: Challenging Fossil Fuel Industry Shipping at Pacific Northwest Ports,” in the new University of Calgary Press anthology Environmental Activism on the Ground: Small Green and Indigenous Organizing.

March 2019

Sandra Yannone facilitated a Sonnet Party with a follow-up reading sponsored by the Olympia Poetry Network in October. In December, she was the featured poet at the 30th Anniversary World AIDS Day celebration sponsored by the Pierce County AIDS Foundation. She read and Olympia's Heartsparkle Players interpreted her poem “The Next Open Space” during their monthly Playback Theatre Performance event.

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